Rev. Peter Cartwright, 1785-1872. A dedicated itinerant Methodist preacher in Kentucky for 22 years. Saved from "sins of his youth" and “licensed to exhort" during the Great Revival of 1800. Ordained 1808. He was presiding elder for 50 . . . — — Map (db m123332) HM
H. P. Brodnax born 1769 Dinwiddie Co., Va.; admitted to Ky. Bar 1796; law associate c. 1801 of W. P. Duval, who became 1st territorial gov. of Fla; circuit court judge, Logan Co. 1804-30; built house and resided here c. 1830-39; died in 1857 in . . . — — Map (db m165621) HM
Site of station, built 1788, one of several erected in this area. James Dromgoole came from Tenn. with Philip Alston, whose daughter he had married, and settled at Alston's Station, on the Red River, about 1785. After three years he established his . . . — — Map (db m123338) HM
On the Jeff Burr farm in Second “Poplar Bottom” is site of the duel fought May 30, 1806. Andrew Jackson was wounded. Half mile west of site is Will Tyler farm where Charles Dickinson died. Miller's “Buttermilk Spring" is south on . . . — — Map (db m123335) HM
Three miles east on Hwy. 663 is the site of this early pioneer church which was organized by "A Society of Presbyterians" before 1789. Rev. James McGready took charge of the congregation in 1797. It was the site of the first known camp meeting in . . . — — Map (db m123339) HM
First frontier church south and west of Green River, organized between 1785 and 1789 in a log building, as
"A Society of Presbyterians"
The Great Revival of 1800.
World renowned, it reached its height with . . . — — Map (db m182706) HM